Imagine… if you will… almost all the 1960's spooks coming together, or sending help from afar… That is, these folks: Morticia and Gomez Addams, Lily Munster, Captain Daniel Gregg, Wadsworth from "Clue", and a few not so 1960's interrupting a long story-line to solve one horrible, screwed-up place: Collinsport.
A show of darkness with a lot of heart, plenty of chuckles made both of metaphors and bad puns. As Dark Shadows lifted story lines from a zillion old books of the Gothic variety, what would it be like if they shared time with the current classics? And what if these newer characters could help them lift all the curses? (Contains intros delving into the writing process as well as information and commentary about the various programs and key players.)
Essentially a condensed Re-write from a particular point, to tie up loose ends and pair up everyone. Positive feedback, including laughter, can be sent to email@example.com (Send a message for the info to which episodes apply to the different characters if you only want those specific bits. It has gotten rather wildly Multi-fandom. Just leave a comment to the email address listed asking for which you'd like.)
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(Year 2021: I recently added the tag "social media addiction" due to the very unfortunate fact that many of us, including myself, had to endure that besotted problem, and this presentation shows someone maddeningly going through it AND escaping!)
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November 30, 2013 Subject:
Dark Shadows as it should have been!
This reviewer fully admits: I had no experience with Kids in the Hall, prior to enjoying The Pit of Ultimate Dark Shadows-- but, I played catch up, and now appreciate this podcast even more.
So here's what we have here: the coolest blend of Dark Shadows, Clue, Kids in the Hall, The Golden Girls, and more. Normally, I avoid anything smelling even remotely like fan fiction, but I LOVE this. Truly. My problem with most fan fiction is that it tends to be written by those who don't really seem to understand the characters, or perhaps he or she hasn't spent much time getting very deep into the story, etc-- So how amazing it is that someone has such a solid grasp on who each of the characters is, that they can be put in new situations, but never stop being identifiable as the characters we know and love. I am hungry for more!